Spiritual Awakening With FasterEFT

My Spiritual Awakening

Sometimes people hang on to people for fear of hurting them. They can FEEL their own progress being stunted, and KNOW the right thing for themselves is to let go. Yet the old tapes of being programmed that other people come first and never hurt anyone at all cost is so deep that they just keep drinking the poison so to speak.

I have been that person, so many times. But recently, with the help of FasterEFT, I had a Spiritual awaking that is changing that. I was able to see that in everything in my life it has been a Spiritual journey, not the specifics, but the overall theme.

I came here this time around to experience loving myself unconditionally, to choose ME without guilt. In order to fully experience it, I had to also experience the opposite of that.

To experience the opposite of self-love I had to have experiences that would support that feeling. Before I came here (in this life) other souls and I agree to support each other in our goals. As such I have had many people who have hurt me very deeply….it was part of their journey to accomplish what they came here to experience (I am not judging that).

But now is the time to let that part of the experience go, and truly begin to experience fully what self-love FEELS like. Which means it is time to let go of the experience of self-hate and those who contribute to it in any way. I do this with love for each of them, grateful they helped me on my journey, and wish them success in what they came here for, hoping they fulfill it this time so they don’t have to do a repeat performance in another life.

I do this knowing it is for my highest good, what my life purpose is all about. Trusting that NOTHING that is for my highest good is truly harmful to another. Anything that is for my highest good is also for the highest good of another.
I truly wish I would have had this awakening earlier in my life. I know Spirit was trying to show me earlier, I just failed to listen, not trusting myself enough. I am now choosing to listen to my own inner guidance and living my life in the ways I feel the most peaceful, content and joyous…that can only be good for all those around me!

Much thanks and love to Robert G. Smith, Robert Smith “Faster EFT”, Tina Muheim, Lalita Mohini, and Greg Dwyer

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License To Wed…..

gay-marriage-is-loveAfter seeing post after post on facebook, and one in particular yesterday, where judges are refusing to perform same sex marriages, I decided to take action. I became a licensed minister in order to perform same sex marriages. Now I realize I may never be asked to perform any wedding, let alone a same sex marriage ceremony. That really wasn’t the point. I NEEDED to do something proactive with the rage I was feeling!

I mean, look I get it, if you are a Christian pastor you may not want to perform a same sex marriage. Frankly, you shouldn’t have to. It is hypocritical for a gay couple to try to force you to, when they want to be free to make their own personal choices.

BUT, when you are an appointed official, voted in to your position, are sworn to SERVE THE PEOPLE, and UP HOLD THE LAWS OF THE STATE/City/County YOU PRESIDE OVER, you have forfeited your “it’s against my religion” card. You are not operating as a civilian in that capacity, who is protected under the constitution, you are suppose to be upholding the constitution. Which includes the right to the pursuit of happiness,  an equal right to all.

Anyhoo, as I wrote and deleted, and wrote and deleted, post after post, trying to put into words the outrage I felt, without trampling on the feelings of others, I knew I needed to do something to get out of that mind space. So, I did what I often do when I need an emotion reset….I went to the spiritual side of things and had a “light bulb” moment! I would get ordained as a minister in order to perform same sex marriages!

Now, I get that seems confusing considering I am proudly Jewish, me an ordained minister?! What?! 😉 Let me explain….I am spiritual not religious anymore. In fact I think the world would be a much better place if all religion no longer existed. By the way, I am in very good company with some of my fellow Jews, who have done the same thing. As spiritual Jews we get that it is about loving others as ourselves, not doing to others what we find hateful. It also means to be proactive, changing what we can for the betterment of our world.

For me, that means, it is important to understand what I can control and what I can’t. Clearly I cannot get everyone to understand the hypocrisy of telling others they can’t marry the person they love, while they are snuggled next to their spouse. I cannot get everyone to educate themselves on what the bible they bang over the heads of others actually says and doesn’t say, let alone get them to educate themselves on the origins of said bible. I cannot get everyone to understand the hurt and damage they cause those who are a part of the LGBT community, and that they hold at least part of the guilt when one of them are beaten, murder or takes their own life. I cannot love them into understanding that hate begets hate.

It can be quite a helpless feeling. Wanting so much for people to understand that there cannot possibly be a loving God, who is vengeful, it just doesn’t work that way. Yet that is the god they are portraying to the world. But as I said, I cannot get everyone to educate themselves, as much as I wish they would. I KNOW it would change them and what they hold as “truth”. As a result the hate in this world would be gone. But I am powerless over others and I had to “accept what I cannot change”, change the things I can, and use wisdom to know the difference.

I can change the helplessness a couple feels who desperately wants to get married and is coming against opposition from those living in ignorance under the cloak of “it’s against my religion”. I can be a part of bringing people together in a legally committed union that they have a right to. I can be a light to those who are willing to listen, who are questioning what they have always believed. I may not be able to change the whole world, but I can change the world of some.

Shalom Aleichem,


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